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Old 11 March 2010, 13:56   #21
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dilunet didnt touch it at all, it was rubbish,im suprised they sell it

On my last hull, i jet washed most of it.2500 psi at around 4-5 inches from the hull In percentage terms prob 30% came off then,
Painted international interstrip, waited 3 mins then scoured it around with scourer pads then painted more interstrip on,Then used a 2 inch metal scraper done carefully to scrape it off,after that i wiped the residue off with a old towel soaked in white spirit (picture 4), then, a new rough scourer again soaked in white spirit,(picture 1 ) and that pretty much it

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Old 12 March 2010, 08:09   #22
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matty, how much 1 x litre bottles of interstrip will I need to do my 5,4 do you think? thanks, I've made a small dent in it already using some other stuff you leave on for 24hours - I reckon the stuff was rubbish tho,
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couple of litres olly, i think that one shown is a 2.5 L can, Good luck!! get scrubbing
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thanks matt, not looking forward to it!!
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Old 12 March 2010, 11:33   #25
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If you can cover the Dilunet with cling film for 24 hours that will keep the moisture in.

Might work for the Interstrip stuff too

Shouldn't be too bad to do on the size you have.
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Old 29 March 2010, 04:50   #26
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I was using the dilunet stuff and it was rubbish, I'm going to buy some international interstrip at the weekend and get a wooden scraper, as I've heard good things about it -

On the areas the dilunet stuff did shift something here are the results, I used a tiny bit of 400 grit wet and dry briefly, then used some Tcut with a cloth -

Whats my easiest way of getting the rest of the hull like this, I know I've got my work cut out here! is there a drill attachment any one can recommend or anything else I havent thought off?
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Get it shot blasted.
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olly, closely pressure wash the blue stuff with a decent pressure washer not a b and Q thing, roughly 2000 psi, that will really help you
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thanks, I think shot blasting would cost a whole lotta and ruin it in the process -

I'll ty and borrow a high psi pressure washer thanks
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